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Collection Descriptions
Biology Collection (The Priest's House Museum And Garden)
Biology Collection (Teignmouth Museum)
Biology Collection (Swindon Museum And Art Gallery)
There are historic collections of natural history material including mounted specimens of mammals and birds; two cabi...
Biology Collection (South Molton & District Museum)
Biology Collection (Somerset County Museum)
This collection is an extremely important source of local reference and voucher specimens and comprises: Birds - a go...
Biology Collection (Saltash Heritage Study Centre)
Biology Collection (Salisbury And South Wiltshire Museum)
There is a collection of mounted birds (the Marsh collection); a few mammals; part of the Sir Christopher Andrewes co...
Biology Collection (Russell-Cotes Art Gallery And Museum)
This collection includes shells from different continents; and Victorian taxidermy (mammals, birds and butterflies).
Biology Collection (Royal Cornwall Museum)
Fauna - most of the collection comprises mounted birds. There are good representative collections of moths, butterfl...
Biology Collection (Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery)
This collection is among the most important provincial collections in the country and ranges geographically from Anta...
Biology Collection (Portland Museum)
There is a collection of taxidermy.
Biology Collection (Plymouth City Museum And Art Gallery)
Plymouth has been associated with many outstanding naturalists, some of whose collections are in the city museum. Th...
Biology Collection (Penlee House Gallery & Museum, Penzance)
The biological material is primarily of local significance and comprises: a case of butterflies and bees; around 250 ...
Biology Collection (Newton Abbot Town And Great Western Railway Museum)
This material comprises Dr Mapleton's collection of butterflies and moths.
Biology Collection (Museum Of Barnstaple And North Devon)
There is a herbaria with important collections of pressed British and non-British flowering plants, ferns, sea-weeds ...
Biology Collection (Lyn And Exmoor Museum)
There are cases of mounted birds and mammals, notably an immature White-tailed Sea Eagle reputed to have been found l...
Biology Collection (Lyme Regis Philpot Museum)
Biology Collection (John Moore Countryside Museum)
The main strength of the museum, this collection comprises stuffed and mounted mammals and birds representative of Gl...
Biology Collection (Jenner Museum)
This is a small collection of natural history specimens.
Biology Collection (Isles Of Scilly Museum)
There is a collection of mounted birds from Tresco Abbey; there are whale specimens; and the mounted cast of a locall...
Biology Collection (Ilfracombe Museum)
There are mounted British and non-British reptiles; birds; mammals including game heads; an important collection of B...
Biology Collection (Gloucester City Museum And Art Gallery)
The biology collection is extensive and has a significance far greater than that of a county collection.
Biology Collection (Exmouth Museum)
Biology Collection (Dorset County Museum)
Important natural history collections include those of Mansel-Pleydell (1902); Miss Paine (1899); C D Day (1952); F H...
Biology Collection (Wiltshire Heritage Museum)
There is the Wiltshire Society Flora, started by T B Flower and T A Preston in 1870 which contains some 3000 specimen...
Biology Collection (Dean Heritage Museum)
Biology Collection (Connections Discovery Centre)
Biology Collection (Coach House Museum)
Biology Collection (City Museum And Art Gallery, Bristol)
The strong regional collections of mamals, birds, insects and plants contribute to the understanding of the biodivers...
Biology Collection (Cheltenham Art Gallery And Museum)
The natural science collections include herbaria, shells and taxidermy, including work by the leading 19th century Ch...
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